White, Bailey

White, Bailey (June)

(1950–  ) writer; born in Thomasville, Ga. She studied at Florida State University (B.A. 1973), taught first grade in Thomasville, and lived in the same house where she was born. Beginning in 1990 she was a commentator for National Public Radio's All Things Considered. A popular essayist and storyteller, she has received critical praise for her humorous writings in Mama Makes Up Her Mind, and Other Dangers of Southern Living (1993).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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As Chaplin White, Bailey shows how his "man of God" is all too worldly -- especially when it comes to biases and resentments of the era.
Children's Heart Unit Fund Trustee Ivan Hollingsworth and TV star Ben Shephard launch the inaugural CHUF Heart and Soul Run with Daniel Diss, Harry White, Bailey Roche and Daisie Haggerston in Jesmond Dene
Warner, Watson, Hussey, White, Bailey (c), Maxwell, Wade (wk), Christian, Hogg, Cummins, Starc
TASTY TREATS: Chloe Gallagher, Callum Clayton, Emma Dannatt and Katy Woodhead sell cakes at the community cafe (tmc290708james); YUM: Joseph Ewing at the vegetable patch (tmc290708james); GREAT OUTDOORS: Callum Clayton, Mitchell White, Bailey Easterbook, and Joseph Ewing with the nursery nurse and garden specialist (tmc290708james); SOCIAL CLIMBERS: Reception class children Archie Coupe, Ethan Pember, Jaiden Walker, Freya Clayton and Praise Nwgena (tmc290708james); CARING: Headteacher Joan Rock with pupils (from left) Kaden Lyburd, Dimarni Palfreyman-Duffy, Farihah Hamid and Joel Shooter (tmc290708james); STYLISH: The school's stained glass window
Captain John Bagley led by example and in the forwards McDonald, Green, Harman, White, Bailey and Hendry worked hard throughout.